Thursday, October 15, 2009

5 flower headband tutorial

Start by just taking fabric & tearing long strips. (By varying the length and width of your fabric, you will get different sized flowers.) Fold the fabric in half and tie a knot at the end. Try to get the knot to lay as flat as possible.
Begin by twisting the two ends together as well as wrapping the fabric clockwise. I make some of my twists tighter and some of them more loose to keep my flower looking more like a flower and less like a turban :)
Add dabs of hot glue underneath the flower as you go.
And voilĂ ! There you have it folks. You can put them on baby onesies, t-shirts or headbands. I just put mine on an elastic headband. (If you're going to stick it on a headband though, make sure to glue felt on one side of the elastic for more stability.)
They're super easy. Al Pal & I are gonna whip out some more next week!

love love.


  1. oh. my. goodness.
    is there anything that you CAN'T do.
    I think you need a few hundred more blogs.
    here are a few ideas to get you going.
    1) craft blog
    2) fashion blog
    3) nutrition blog
    4) fashion blog... did i already say that? ha.

  2. I enjoyed seeing this one, Danielle. Very clever!

  3. Awesome tutorial, Danielle! How fun to see your creative talents coming out!

  4. I have been wanting some of these kinds of flowers for my hair for the longest time! Who knew it would be so easy? I can't wait to attempt my own now.

  5. I'm so excited to make these. craft night!



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